Egypt's Al-Azhar, the 1083-year-old seat of Sunni Muslim learning, condemned with the strongest terms the Israeli forces' storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque on Wednesday as a "terrorist act" that comes amid global silence.
That was while attending the Egyptian Armed Forces' ceremony held on the occasion of “Martyr Day” Thursday.
The Egyptian Armed Forces announced Sunday targeting a number of terrorist hideouts in North Sinai over the past three days.
Tunisian newspaper "Al Shorouk" reported Sunday that the terrorist had been arrested in a coastal city.
President Sisi has sought to stabilize the pillars of the Egyptian state and restore its national institutions.
The attack resulted in killing more than 100 innocent people in Niger.
The court also sentenced 3 others in the case known in media as “Jabhat Al-Nusra Organization” to 15 years in prison.
The terror elements planed to carry out terror attacks in Eid El Fitr taking place on May 24-26.
Egyptian Security forces are exchanging fires Tuesday with terrorist elements taking a hideout in Al Amiriya neighborhood in Cairo governorate.
Egyptian foreign minister Sameh Shoukry asserted on Saturday that Northeast Africa is facing multiple challenges which include terrorism.
The cabinet approved on Wednesday at a meeting under Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli a draft law amending some provisions of the law on lists of terrorist entities.
The Cairo Criminal Court adjourned till December 9 the trial of 215 members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group in "Helwan Brigades" case.
Libyan terrorist Abdel Rahim al-Mismari was sentenced to death Sunday by an Egyptian court over the attacks on a Wahat Road checkpoint in October 2017.
France’s interior minister said on Monday that the terrorist risk remained “high” to “very high” in France following the killing of four police personnel by a radicalized colleague.
Egypt has underlined the necessity of taking all measures against parties and governments that continue to support terrorist organisations and providing political cover for terrorists in Syria.
Khawarij refers to a group of political dissenters who announced their disobedience especially after the death of Islam's Prophet Muhammad.
Investigations revealed that the defendants were trained in the camps of Ezzel Din el Qassam, the military wing of Palestinian movement Hamas.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced on Monday that two Somalis were arrested in the airport of Arizona’s Tucson city on July 26 after they had checked-in.
They also expressed no confidence in Fayez al-Sarraj and Ghassan Salama.
Egyptian Ministry of Interior said in a press statement on early Thursday that it has managed to locate the suspects involved in Arish checkpoint attack on Wednesday.